Course Scheduling 101

By Kavya Ravichandran Know what you still need in terms of graduation requirements, especially if you are a sophomore or junior. You don’t want it to be the middle of your senior year… Continue reading

Hopes for Second Semester

By Regan Brady Now that the first semester has finally drawn to a close, everyone is eager to start the second one off on the right foot. First semester was a time for… Continue reading

What Art Style Are You?

By Lina Ghosh Let’s face it: Cleveland may not exactly qualify as one of the top ten tourist destinations in the world, but apart from the fact that there is just a tad… Continue reading

Five of the Most Read Articles of 2013

The 10 Scariest Places at HB (Amanda Keresztesy) Teachers: They’re Just Like Us! (Alley Keresztesy) The Misfortunes of the 100th Freshman: The First Day — Part I (Isabella Nilsson)  Updated: Thefts Against Students Increasing (Madeleine… Continue reading

Biweekly Update with Fallon Gallagher (1.26)

By Fallon Gallagher This past Monday, the United States of America celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day for the fourteenth time as an entire nation. Many Americans celebrated the day in different ways.… Continue reading

The Faces of Time Magazine: The good, the bad, and the ugly

By Lexi Anderson Time Magazine’s Person of the Year for 2013 was Pope Francis, a choice that seemed to make the most sense when compared to other nominees: our turnt friend Miley Cyrus… Continue reading

Creature Feature: Ms. Geaghan and Oscar

By Sam Keum  Ms. Geaghan and Oscar have been the best of pals for the past thirteen and a half years – ever since she found him as a kitten mewing in a… Continue reading

You’d Better Belieb It

Emily Amjad Juuuuustin, we can tell the future, but yours is kind of cloudy. All we see is smoke… and some confetti – but hey, life’s a party, right? In light of the… Continue reading

Hot Buzz – Sleep Cycle

By Fallon Gallagher While many people are terrified to sleep with their phones in close proximity to their bedside due to the threat of radiation poisoning, I find myself curling up next to… Continue reading

Bitcoin Virtual Currency

By Aparna Narendrula Bitcoin has been booming in markets; using the virtual currency, you can buy anything from sandwiches to gloves to heroin. Silicon Valley technology firms champion the phenomenon of open-source. Lets… Continue reading